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Radiologic Technologist IILocation: Kailua Kona, HI Additional Locations:
Job Number: 698155 Date posted: 05/15/2018
- Performs radiologic examinations according to departmental protocols within diagnostic imaging department as well as operating room, emergency department and hospital patient rooms; positions patients, provides immobilization devices as required and selects technical factor that will result in optimum imaging for each individual patient. Reviews orders, correlates patient's clinical history with exam being performed; reviews previous studies when follow up and progressive studies are requested. Consults with attending Radiologists and Registered Nurses as needed.
- Follows all National Patient Safety Goals. Receives and double identifies patients using appropriate criteria prior to performing the study ordered. Ensures accuracy of information and data entry, while maintaining patient privacy and confidentiality. Captures required documentation in Radiology Information System (RIS.) Assists with screening patients for contraindications.
- Prepares sterile fields and contrast agents; prepares floor stock medications; ensures sterility of surgical packs, trays and disposables to be used in assigned area. Maintains appropriate and adequate supplies during the procedures.
- Assists radiologist during fluoroscopic procedures. Operates the general radiology, fluoroscopy and portable imaging systems; and understands all system features and performance capabilities.
- Post processes/reviews images as required; prepares images for Radiologist interpretation, and transmits images to the Diagnostic Imaging PACS system.
- Maintains working knowledge of all department equipment and devices. Reports equipment malfunctions appropriately; reports accidents and/or unusual incidents as well as unsafe conditions to appropriate administrative personnel.
- Assumes responsibilities for the needs of patient during procedure. Provides service-oriented communication with patient; explaining procedure; answering questions. Emphasizes a personalized, individualized, compassionate patient care atmosphere at all times. Dismisses patients for transport and/or assists with patient transport at end of procedure.
- Provides instructions on appropriate safety measures to patients, family members, and hospital staff as required; ensures appropriate safety precautions are followed. Applies appropriate measures (ALARA Principles) for minimizing radiation exposure to patients and self. Records fluoroscopy time used during procedures.
- Functions as part of resuscitation team during Code Blue and/or Rapid Response Team situations.
- Maintains all materials needed and linen supply on daily basis; maintains general order and cleanliness of room assigned.
- Rotates and shares on call responsibilities for General Radiology service areas.
- Orients and trains (mentors) new personnel regarding subsection operations as needed.
- Accepts responsibilities of direct supervision of student technologists during their clinical assignments.
- Pursues ongoing continuing education.
- Attends departmental meetings and/or inservice presentations as needed or required. Reads and initials minutes of such meetings when excused absence precludes attendance.
- Minimum one (1) year (2,080 hours) of general radiology experience as a registered technologist.
- Associate's degree in radiologic technology from accredited school; OR two (2) years directly related experience.
License, Certification, Registration
- Valid Hawaii Radiologic Technologist license (must meet education requirement(s) for Hawaii State licensure).
- Registered Radiologic Technologist (RT) with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
- Current BLS for Healthcare Provider CPR or CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certification.
- Trauma, fluorscopic, and surgery experience.
External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws, as well as applicable local ordinances, including but not limited to the San Francisco and Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinances.
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